The Water Method of Lao Tzu and the early Taoists permeates Susan's approach to the internal arts. As water wears away rock, practitioners of this method dissolve blockages and allow their energy to circulate freely. The Water Method builds a foundation of good health. From there practitioners learn to dispel their emotional and psychic ghosts and transform themselves into balanced, mature beings at ease with themselves and their environment.
Susan is a licensed massage therapist with a knowledge of acupuncture and a Bachelor of Arts in psychology. She has practiced the Internal Arts for over 35 years and has taught at places like New York University, the New School University, the NYC Dept. of Health, Colgate-Palmolive Co. and Virginia Tech. She has developed a specialized Chi Kung program for Senior Citizens called Eldercise.
Susan's work was twice featured on the cable TV program Light...Quest. and was showcased on the video 'Who am I? Why am I Here?' narrated by Thomas Moore. Her article Dragon and Tiger Chi Kung was published in the November 2002, issue of Inside Kung Fu Magazine. In September, 2007 she was interviewed by the New York Japion on the values of studying Tai Chi Chuan. You may read it here.
Personal Training and private consultations with Susan Rabinowitz are available.